Plant Disease

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Modelos logísticos predictivos de la cancrosis de los cítricos en Bella Vista y su uso en el área citrícola española

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La cancrosis de los cítricos, causada por la bacteria Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri, es una enfermedad cuarentenaria y endémica en el noreste argentino. Observaciones (1991-2008) de la intensidad de la cancrosis en media estación en pomelo (Bella Vista, Corrientes), se categorizaron binariamente y ordinalmente.

Authors: 
R.C. Moschini
Authors: 
B.I. Canteros
Authors: 
G. Marcó
Authors: 
G. Cazenave
Publisher: 
ASAHO
Year: 
2,015

Testing of Eight Medicinal Plant Extracts in Combination with Kresoxim-Methyl for Integrated Control of Botrytis cinerea in Apples

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Botrytis cinerea is a fungus that causes gray mold on many fruit crops. Despite the availability of a large number of botryticides, the chemical control of gray mold has been hindered by the emergence of resistant strains. In this paper, tests were done to determine the botryticidal efficacy of selected plant extracts alone or combined with kresoxim-methyl.

Authors: 
S. Carneiro da Silva
Authors: 
A. Fischer Sbrissia
Authors: 
L. E. Techio Pereira
Publisher: 
MDPI
Year: 
2,015

Antracnosis en mango: Manejo de la enfermedad más importante pre y postcosecha

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La antracnosis es la principal enfermedad pre y postcosecha del mango, causando pérdidas directas de rendimiento en el campo, en las plantas de empaque, así como en la calidad del fruto y su comercialización posterior. A continuación se presenta una revisión de la etiología y epidemiología de la enfermedad, con base en los diversos enfoques que se han utilizado para el manejo de la enfermedad.

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Authors: 
Randy C. Ploetz
Publisher: 
Universidad de la Florida
Year: 
2,009

Managing the almond and stone fruit replant disease complex with less soil fumigant

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Authors: 
Greg T. Browne
Authors: 
Bruce D. Lampinen
Authors: 
Brent A. Holtz
Authors: 
David A. Doll
Authors: 
Shrinivasa K. Upadhyaya
Authors: 
Leigh S. Schmidt
Authors: 
Ravindra G. Bhat
Authors: 
Vasu Udompetaikul
Authors: 
Robert W. Coates
Authors: 
Bradley D. Hanson
Authors: 
Karen M. Klonsky
Authors: 
Suduan Gao
Authors: 
Dong Wang
Authors: 
Matt Gillis
Authors: 
James S. Gerik
Authors: 
R. Scott Johnson
Publisher: 
California Agriculture
Year: 
2,013

2015 Midwest Tree Fruit Spray Guide

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University of Arkansas
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University of Illinois Extension
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Purdue Extension
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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
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Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment
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University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service
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University of Missouri and Missouri State University
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Ohio State University Extension
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University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Service
Publisher: 
Midwest Fruit Workers Group
Year: 
2,015

Organic Vegetable IPM Guide

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Interest in nonchemical pest control has increased over the past several years. To some people, this means the same as “organic farming,” which implies nature’s way. But in this publication, we talk about controlling pests without chemicals, or at least fewer chemicals. This approach does have some limitations. Here are some of them:

Authors: 
Rick Snyder
Authors: 
Blake Layton
Authors: 
David Ingram
Authors: 
Pat Harris
Authors: 
James H. Jarratt
Authors: 
Frank Killebrew
Authors: 
John D. Byrd
Publisher: 
Mississippi State University
Year: 
2,013

Bean disease and pest identification and management

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Authors: 
Robin Buruchara
Authors: 
Clare Mukankusi
Authors: 
Kwasi Ampofo
Publisher: 
International Centre for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
Year: 
2,010

Guide to Seed Potato Diseases, Pests and Defects

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Seed potato certification is the process of assuring the quality of seed potatoes being marketed, usually done nationally according to regulated standards. Planting healthy seed potatoes is a key factor in maximizing the production of usable potatoes for consumption or processing. The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) has drawn up an international-reference quality Standard for Seed Potatoes to help producers do exactly this.

Authors: 
Agricultural Standards Unit UNECE
Publisher: 
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
Year: 
2,014

Grape Powdery Mildew

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Authors: 
Bernd Maier
Authors: 
Natalie Goldberg
Publisher: 
New Mexico State University
Year: 
2,010
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